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Old 04-18-2014, 08:52 AM
 
Location: Burlington VT Soon to be Pueblo CO
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I have been looking all over the internet trying to figure out how much it will cost me in tolls from VT to Pueblo CO, and there is no definitive site that can tell me!

I am looking for the EZ Pass price. We will be traveling on I-90 beginning in Rome, NY to the PA border. PA on I-90, Ohio I-90 to I-80, then I-80 through Indiana and Ill.

Please help, even if it's just one state that you know the cost for!
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Old 04-18-2014, 11:12 AM
 
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I have been looking all over the internet trying to figure out how much it will cost me in tolls from VT to Pueblo CO, and there is no definitive site that can tell me!

I am looking for the EZ Pass price. We will be traveling on I-90 beginning in Rome, NY to the PA border. PA on I-90, Ohio I-90 to I-80, then I-80 through Indiana and Ill.

Please help, even if it's just one state that you know the cost for!
You don't have to take I-90 to PA. Actually, if you are driving from VT, just take I-90 from Rome to Syracuse, where you can take I-81 down to Binghamton. From there, you can either take I-86 to I-90 into NW PA or continue on I-81 to about Scranton and then get on I-80 west, which doesn't have tolls. There are other ways as well and if you want to take a side trip to Ithaca, you could get off of I-81 south at Homer/Cortland and take Route 281 to Route 13 south. From there, you can continue on Route 13 south to I-86 at around Horseheads/Elmira and go west.

Another option is to take I-87 south to Albany and then take I-90 for a short distance to I-88 around Schenectady. I-88 ends around Binghamton, where you can either take I-86 west or I-81 south.

Here is info on the NYS Thruway: New York State Thruway

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Old 04-18-2014, 11:14 AM
 
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Toll Rates | Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission

These sites should help you figure out Ohio and Pennsylvania.
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Old 04-18-2014, 10:48 PM
 
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You don't have to take I-90 to PA. Actually, if you are driving from VT, just take I-90 from Rome to Syracuse, where you can take I-81 down to Binghamton. From there, you can either take I-86 to I-90 into NW PA or continue on I-81 to about Scranton and then get on I-80 west, which doesn't have tolls. There are other ways as well and if you want to take a side trip to Ithaca, you could get off of I-81 south at Homer/Cortland and take Route 281 to Route 13 south. From there, you can continue on Route 13 south to I-86 at around Horseheads/Elmira and go west.

Another option is to take I-87 south to Albany and then take I-90 for a short distance to I-88 around Schenectady. I-88 ends around Binghamton, where you can either take I-86 west or I-81 south.

Here is info on the NYS Thruway: New York State Thruway
To continue this further, if you take I-80 to the Youngstown area, you can get onto I-76 at the point where 80 becomes toll and 76 becomes free without having to pay a toll, take I-76 west to I-71 south to Columbus, OH, where you can take I-70 west all the way to Colorado only having to pay tolls for crossing the Mississippi River and a small stretch of Eastern Kansas.
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Old 04-19-2014, 10:45 PM
 
Location: Minneapolis (St. Louis Park)
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Take I-70, problem solved!
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Old 04-20-2014, 02:04 AM
 
Location: Philaburbia
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I am looking for the EZ Pass price. We will be traveling on I-90 beginning in Rome, NY to the PA border. PA on I-90, Ohio I-90 to I-80, then I-80 through Indiana and Ill.
No tolls on I-90 in Pennsylvania; in Ohio, I-90 is not tolled until it meets up with the Ohio Turnpike and I-80 west of Cleveland.
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